A monthly half hour show that offers an incomparable and rare insight of life on the frontlines reported directly by U.S. military service members deployed around the globe.
A monthly show that features a wide range of university news, from research projects and student efforts to distinguished visitors and faculty honors.
Brief technical overviews of various aircraft used by the United States military.
Focusing on defense and security leaders from North America, Europe and Eurasia, 'Marshall Center Conversations' talks a wide spectrum of academics, military experts and others in areas like cyber security, countering illicit trafficking, counter terrorism, international law and more with probing questions and insight you won't find in any other forum. Produced by the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies Public Affairs Office.
Features stories about U.S. service members and military operations from around the world.
Features news stories about National Guard Airmen and Soldiers serving around the world. Provided by Air National Guard Training and Education Center/Television Branch.
Following historic flooding in the Missouri River Basin during 2011, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division committed to providing more frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The Corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each call.
“MO Guard TV” is a half-hour television program that showcases the efforts of Citizen-Soldiers, Airmen and Family members throughout the Show-Me State.
This program highlights the efforts of 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division. Provided by 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division.
What is NATO Review? It's a free, online magazine looking at some of today's most pressing security issues. It publishes videos, articles, timelines, maps, podcasts, cartoons and more on everything from cyber attacks to the effect of social media in revolutions. Or from energy security to Russia's hybrid war tactics. Or even from water scarcity to the need to get more women into defense. Most important is that what is published in NATO Review does not necessarily represent official opinion or policy of member governments, or of NATO. So the opinions you'll hear in NATO Review may not be the ones you expect to hear. Or from people you'd expect to be invited to offer their opinions. It's a magazine that has been doing this for over 60 years. And in that sense, despite it being a modern magazine, it still holds to the task given to it all those years ago - which is to 'contribute to a constructive discussion of Euro-Atlantic security issues'.